There is more than one difference between an introvert and an extrovert.
How to hire a personal trainer if you’re an introvert there is more than one difference between an introvert and an extrovert and if your psychology and the way you perceive the world does not match with the person whose job it is to help you in the world then you could imagine a conflict. The personal trainer may be extroverted and they enjoy expressing themselves and initiating the conversation with you while you merely want to go inside of your body experience what it is to be there to experience your body and your muscles as they may coach you through it. Or you may be disinterested in what they have to offer you in terms of their own perspectives you may want to have a real conversation with them about real things in their life and in your life. While they may want to talk about either patented stuff from their life that they mention to every single person or a degree of surface information they don’t want to share a depth of a topic or subject the way that you do. It can be tough to make yourself or allow yourself to be vulnerable with another person and at the same time if this person doesn’t match you and where are you are coming from then there could be not a problem but you may not actualize all that you want to with your time and energy and money you spend on personal training and getting your body in shape. As an introvert, I suggest that you look at hiring a personal trainer as an interview by asking questions such as does this person fit with you? Does their style fit with you? Does the way they dress fit with you? The way they communicate? And just know that you have more than one option in today’s world and that finding the best fit not only the local fit or the most popular fit but the fit that feels intuitive as if they knew what you wanted before you could even ask for it.